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and type in conclave. >>> back to local news. a group of san jose property owners are choosing to tax themselves. and they've been doing it for years. >> their goal is simple. to make san jose look much better. if they don't they fear no one will in this age of budget cuts. we're joined for tonight's bay area proud. focusing on what's important in our community. >> to understand what's working here, you don't have to go back far to when it wasn't working. in 2008 services were being slashed. but at that bad time was the perfect time. some san jose business people stepped up and offered to help. the city is glad they did. it's a partnership that's working and is tonight's bay area proud. >> reporter: success in a big city like san jose is often measured by what you have more of. this success story, though, is about what the city has less of these days. less trash in the street. less gum on the sidewalk. less graffiti on the wall. >> the streets are beautiful. >> reporter: chuck hammer is not only grateful for the improvement, he is in large part responsible. hammer owns the pizza my he
a tax hike, that drove us far into the red. but other numbers are more horrifying, roughly 800 americans lost limbs, many tens of thousands of more are fighting ptsd, dealing with traumatic brain injury, and the iraqis are still suffering. the wave of bombings in iraq marked the tenth anniversary. dozens died. this was last week, a bloody reminder of the human cost since march 19, 2003, when the first u.s. bombs fell. in the wake of 9/11, president bush and secretary of state colin powell made the case that saddam hussein was set to use weapons of mass destruction. the u.s. invasion was easy, but the mission was not accomplished by that may, even though some insist today u.s. forces did succeed. war planner douglas fife. >> saddam was in fact an extremely dangerous guy. >> martin dempsey. >> today we have in iraq a partner, not an adversary. >> reporter: but 2003 to 2008 was a nightmare of roadside bombs and civil war. a hard lesson. >> we went into iraq without a real plan for how to stabilize the place afterwards. >> reporter: 100,000 iraqis died. nearly 4500 americans lost their lives
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